Join us for a virtual information session about UNE’s MSW campus-based program. We will provide an overview of our curriculum, unique certificate options, field education, timelines/scheduling, application process, scholarships, etc. and answer any additional questions you have. The event will also feature a lively discussion with acting director, Frank Brooks M.S.W., LCSW, Ph.D. about social work in the time of the Covid19 pandemic.
COVID19 Effects On Vulnerable Communities; A Social Work Perspective, Frank Brooks M.S.W., LCSW, Ph.D.
Acting Director and Assistant Clinical Professor, Frank Brooks M.S.W., LCSW, Ph.D. will open with a discussion around the changing landscape and how the Covid19 pandemic specifically affects vulnerable groups and communities. We will specifically discuss how social workers can best approach this.
The above-mentioned discussion will be followed by an overview of UNE's campus-based M.S.W. Program at large. Current M.S.W. students, social work faculty, and professional staff will be available to respond to all questions related to program, courses, field, certificates, etc.
UNE’s program offers distinctive advanced integrated clinical education with unique certificate options in Trauma-informed Practice, Applied Arts and Social Justice, and Training in Aging and Diversity ($10,000 Stipend). Our Field Education network is the largest in Maine and our cutting edge interprofessional opportunities prepare students to become competent leaders in a rapidly changing world. With multiple, creative, and flexible pathways, UNE ensures that an MSW is attainable for all who aspire to make the world a better place.
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